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What is the most important moment in your life? Lost at sea It’s a game about life and death, about reaching an agreement with your past and family. Set on a beautiful island, this game will force you to overcome fear and evaluate your life through imaginative puzzles and related stories.
Lost at sea Telling the story of Anna, she became lonely in the autumn of her life. In order to live her new future, she must first evaluate her past. Build her memory through objects and puzzles on a strange island, and finally face the question we all face: “Am I doing it right?”
exist Lost at sea, We have experienced moments in Anna’s life, moments we all know, making us all want to know how life suddenly grabs us, rather than the opposite moment. This is a view that we don’t often see in games; a woman, a mother, she is in the second half of her life, but is still part of the community, and actively participates in planning her future.
The 50-70 age group is easily overlooked in games, especially women; usually there seem to be young women, mothers in their forties, or grandmothers over 80.We are very happy with Lost at sea We can focus on another age/life group.
Lost at sea It is a narrative-driven game that combines linear and non-linear narratives, as well as metaphorical spaces and puzzles, hoping to allow players to join Anna’s journey.
There is an environmental story; the island as the background of the game experience is a symbolic space, allowing players to physically explore the protagonist’s greater emotions and face her fears. The last layer of storytelling is the thoughts, feelings and voices of the protagonist here and now. If you want, you can lead the player through the “main line”.
The puzzles of the game aim to point to specific moments in human life and show the extensive life of human beings from cradle to grave. At the same time, the meaningful objects attached to these puzzles connect Anna’s story with these moments, and her life is told to us in miniature memories through voice-overs and storybook illustrations.
Lost at sea You are invited to explore the beautiful scenery and dreamlike space on the island, uncover hidden secrets and solve riddles, as you get deeper and deeper into Anna’s mind and soul. We hope you can find yourself in Anna’s journey, because her fear, struggle and victory are all humane.
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Ronald is a blogger who is always fascinated with the games and the amount of knowledge he can gather from the internet. He is trying to nerdify everyone around his with that same knowledge, through his writings.